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Fighter Tactics Against B-29


Published 1948


Fighter Tactics Against 'B.29.' USAF and RAF training film about fighter aircraft techniques against B-29 bombers.

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Run time 26 minutes 13 seconds
Producer RAF & USAF
Audio/Visual sound, black & white
Language English

Reviews

Reviewer: RLT - - February 20, 2015
Subject: B-29 COUNTERFEIT
As strange as the content of the film may seem, an ally against an ally, this film was made because of Russian duplication and production of three interned B-29's in 1944. The Russian duplicate became the Tupolev Tu-4, of which over 800 were built. Through shared American experience, the British were teaching their pilots the best method of taking down a Russian Tu-4.
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